Eternal Companion

January 20, 2023

Bird dogs have been an integral part of upland game hunting for centuries. In 17th century Britain, where the English Springer Spaniel breed was originally developed, these eager, tough, and cunning hunting dogs worked tirelessly day after day, hunting in tandem with their owners, flushing birds from tall grass or dense brush and retrieving downed […]

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King of the Market

January 5, 2023

Fishmonger Jaison Scott plucks a 30-pound Wild King Salmon—hand-selected by a couple visiting from Colorado—from its shimmering bed of crushed ice. The whole fish is at least the size of Jaison’s forearm from elbow to fingertips. With the fish’s head in his left hand and the tail in his right hand, he yells, “Wild King, […]

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Hero Hunt: Strength in Community

November 10, 2022

The Hero Hunt Impact When retired United States Army veteran Pablo Cadena’s convoy was ambushed while serving in Afghanistan, he was severely wounded by an RPG, nearly losing his leg. The injury marked the end of Cadena’s career in the armed forces and left him in a dark place mentally, even after his physical recovery. […]

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Into The Unknown

August 16, 2022

Brenda Johnson’s Journey to the Gaucho Derby Beyond the borders of nations and across the sands of time, horses have captured human attention. Be it for utility, transportation, food, or companionship, horses are intrinsically tied to the human experience; a bridge to nature that many people cross. For Brenda Johnson, horses are her first memory, […]

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Teacher By Day, Racer By Weekend

June 16, 2022

The Road to Racing When Darren Dilley was a young, impressionable boy, his father, Bert, started taking him to the Portland International Raceway for the annual Rose Cup Races. The iconic racing weekend featured local amateur drivers battling it out on the fabled 1.97-mile road course to claim victory, prize money, and bragging rights. But […]

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WLF Enduro: Mission 05

June 9, 2022

By WLF Enduro WLF Enduro was founded around a campfire over a decade ago by six friends W.E. call family. After everyone was burnt and smoked from days on the trail, W.E. all realized there was something greater HERE than just us. There was an opportunity to connect riders from all around the world. The […]

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My “Old Faithful” | Josh Nevelson

May 3, 2022

Life is all about change. We change schools, and we move in and out of homes. Friends come and go, and jobs begin and end. Humans tend to resist change, seeking things like safety, consistency, reliability, and stability instead. For better or worse, it’s nice to have an ‘Old Faithful’ to give you that comfort; […]

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The Wild Life: Chelsea Cassens On Our Public Lands

September 26, 2020

My personal passion for public lands comes from the generations that preceded me, who exposed me to the beauty of the outdoors and built memories of love, peace, and tranquility. They taught me the importance of having a voice, and to advocate for what is important to me.

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Behind The Lens With Flylords

March 23, 2020

With cabin fever at all time high, we wanted to take a break from the chaos and sit down (virtually, of course) with Flylords’ Founder and President, Jared Zissu…

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My Journey As A Female Hunter: Shelby Heinrichs

September 23, 2019

When people tell me I can’t do something due to my gender, I see an opportunity to prove them wrong. Have I failed a time or two? Absolutely, but it’s never stopped me from trying…

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